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Polynesia opens Tonga Appeal

The Anglican Diocese of Polynesia and Anglican Missions have launched an emergency appeal for the people of Tonga after tsunami waves and ash fall from the Hunga Tonga - Hunga Ha'apai volcanic eruption caused widespread damage on 15 January 2022.

Honours feature Anglican ministries

This New Year’s Honours list includes seven Aotearoa New Zealanders whose work for the mission of Te Haahi Mihinare - the Anglican Church received honourable mention as part of their award.

Archbishops call for goodwill to all

In their message for Christmas 2021, Archbishop Don Tamihere and Archbishop Philip Richardson have called on their Church to reflect Christ's kindness, peace and goodwill to all – this Christmas season and always.

Joy as northerners gather again

As Anglicans across Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau and the Diocese of Auckland returned to worship in person for the first time in four months this week, their bishops said their people’s joy was palpable at the chance to be together again.
 Tamaki-makaurau church leaders’ Christmas message

Polynesia gains development expert

Anglican Missions and the Diocese of Polynesia have announced that Karen Chute Delaivoni has been appointed to a new role as Diocesan Development and Humanitarian Aid Project Manager.

Communion invites office vision

The Anglican Communion Office has called for responses on what key principles should guide its future plans, as a new strategy sets out to better meet the needs of the global family of Anglican Churches.

Help CWS bring joy this Xmas

Christian World Service needs our help to bring joy in South India this year through its Christmas Appeal that will back Dalit women and their families to reach their full potential.

Pacific Anglicans counter violence

The Diocese of Polynesia’s Ministry Officer the Rev Sereima Lomaloma has addressed European Commission members and faith-based gender justice leaders from round the globe to share the House of Sarah’s work on ending violence against women and girls.

Anglican Missions seeks interns

Anglican Missions is calling for under graduate and graduate volunteer interns for International Development and Communications roles over the 2021-2022 summer and into the New Year.


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